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Emerging Library and Information Technologies (ELITE 2011)
Emerging Library and Information Technologies Papers presented at the National Seminar on Emerging Library and Information Technologies (ELITE 2011) 9-10 December, 2011 Organised byTamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Chennai Editors Dr.G.Rathinasabapathy Dr.V.Chandrakumar Dr.K.Elavazhakan Department of Library Science Madras Veterinary College Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Chennai – 600 007 December 2011
PREFACEInformation management environment has radically transformed in the past three decades due tothe technological advancements taken place in the field of ICT viz., electronic publishing,Internet, open access, interoperability, online services, online databases etc. These advancementshave brought about paradigm shift in library and information management, redefined end usersinteractions with libraries empowering them with new tools for local access to globalinformation resources. In the context of changing information scenario, there is an urgent need tocomprehensively review these advancements and to assess their impact on the Library andInformation Service (LIS) profession.Considering this perspective, the Department of Library Science, Madras Veterinary College,Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University has planned to organize a nationalseminar on ‘Emerging Library and Information Technologies (ELITE) 2011’ as a part of theWorld Veterinary Year 2011 celebrations of the University. It is very important that this is thefirst time this library is organizing such a national level event in the history of the library whichwas established in 1903 along with the Madras Veterinary College. Contributions fromprofessionals for presentation in the National Seminar scheduled for 9-10 December 2011 wereinvited. The response to the call for papers has been very encouraging and the papers receivedinclude research reports, survey reports, trend reports, research reviews and case studies. Thesepapers were reviewed for publication in the seminar volume. Based on recommendations of theeditorial committee, though hard at times, the content in the conference volume was limited to109 full length papers.The papers comprising this volume cover all important topics as are relevant to the theme of thenational seminar. In particular the focus is on topics such as Information and CommunicationTechnology (ICT), Emerging trends, Library and Information Services Management, LibraryServices, User studies, Consortia / Networking and Digital library.We sincerely hope the speakers and the participants in the national seminar will find the materialuseful and helpful in brainstorming issues and problems confronting library and informationcentres. Their discussions on research findings and case studies as reported in seminar paperswill certainly help identify challenges facing the information profession and professionals, andevolve, in this process, innovative ideas to help shape library and information centres and theirfuture direction of research.We extend our special thanks to Dr.R.Prabakaran, Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor, TANUVAS,Dr.C.Balachandran, Registrar, TANUVAS and Dr.B.Murali Manohar, Dean, Madras VeterinaryCollege and other authorities of the university for their encouragement and all support extendedto conduct the national seminar.
We extend our special thanks to ELITE 2011 teams of organizing committees, associates andsponsors for their invaluable support. We thank all the invited speakers, contributors, andsession chairs.We are indebted to Prof.A.Amudhavalli, Head, DLIS, University of Madras and her team for alltheir kind support. Editors
CONTENTSPrefaceI. Information and Communication Technology (ICT)Reaching Library 2.0 Services with Web 2.0 Technologies 1 Shahin Rahimi and V. ChandrakumarOpen Access repositories in India as reflected in ROAR 9 L.S Suguna. and A. GopikuttanOverview of Open Source Software for Libraries 16 M. PremaSocial Networking technologies: An Observation 20 Y.Ch.VenkateswarluVirtual Reality Technology as “Library” 27 S.M. Mohamed Lukman and M. ManthiramoorthiWeb tools and its implication in Libraries for an effective Information 31Dissemination M. Jannath Najeemunnisa BeegumThe applications of Web 2.0 in libraries: A study 39 R.PerumalsamyEmerging Technological Innovations in Library Management and Services 46 K. Murugan, S. Ravi, S.Surianarayanan and S.UnnamalaiManaging Technical Information Centre using NEWGENLIB open source 52software: A Case study of SAMEER-CEM P.RamamoorthiCyberspace with a Human Face: Social Software in Academic Libraries 59 Avineni Kishore and M. PandurangaswamyICT and Internet Literacy amongst the University Library users of north 66Eastern States of India for Accessing to Electronic / Web Resources : AnEmpirical Study Manoj Kumar SinhaOpen Source Software for Libraries : An Over view 84 D.Sankara Narayanan and M.Sithi JagannaraRole of Social Networking Sites 92 Sumuki Padmanabhan and N. ThilagavathyLibrary 2.0 - Transition in the Library Environment 102 B. SrilakshmiAn innovative Application of Information and Communication Technology for 107
Veterinary and Animal Husbandry S.Senthilkumar, R.Ramprabhu and V.RanganathanApplication of RFID Technology in Automation of Libraries 113 Dhiraj KumarLibrary 2.0, Information and Digital Literacy in the Light of the 119Contradictory Nature of Web 2.0 Ramireddy PusapatiSocial Networks in N.P.R Library & Info center 129 M.Veerachamy, C.Martin Arokiasamy and P.BalasubramanianSave the Time of the Readers in Public Libraries: A Study of how ICT 133Coincide with the Fourth Law of Dr. S. R. Ranganathan R. Sivasankari and K. NithyanandamWeb 2.0 and Library Services 140 L.R. Divya and K.G. SudhierSocial Networking Sites and its Application in Libraries 146 V.Radha Krishnan, M.S. Premraj and L.RajendranTo e-publishing: a tribute to modern era 149 Ruchika KrishnaUse of social networking sites: a study among university library professionals 155in Coimbatore District K.Mahalakshmi, and S.Ally SornamApplication of RFID Technology in Libraries: An overview 159 Y.Ch.VenkateswarluII. Emerging TrendsKnowledge Mobilisation through e-learning / virtual learning 166 N. NatarajanIntellectual Property Rights in the Digital Environment 176 K.Vijayakumar, and T.PrabakaranRole of Intellectual Property Right in the age of Digital Environment 182 Prashant Kumar, and Anvita SrivastavaIndian Information Law and its Implementation Policy 189 Umesh Kumar Agarwal and Prakash Chandra VijayvargiyaAn overview of E-Learning Technology 197 Subhash ChandraA Study on Emerging Library and Information Technologies about Virtual 206Learning
J.Thangam, S.SurianarayananAn Introduction to MARC 21 Bibliographical formats 214 Subarna Kr. DasNew Techniques of Information Technology 222 T.PrabakaranEmergence of Technological Trajectories in copyright landscape and its impact 227on Public Domain of knowledge – An analysis of intellectual property issues inlibrary and information centres. S. Jasimudeen , E.R.Jayaram , and M. Maghesh RajanE- Learning and Information Literacy in Higher Education Institutions and 236University Libraries: A Study Suresh Kumar T V, Maghesh Rajan M and Jasimudeen SE-learning among Postgraduate Students: A Comparative Study 242 Vahida Beegam, Mahjabeen Aydeed, V. JalajaInformation Literacy Models – An Overview 255 M.Sithi Jagannara, P.Sivaraman and Nagaraja .SIII. Library and Information Services ManagementImpact of E-Resources in the Modern Library 264 A. Seeran, and A.KavithaCustomer Relationship Management in the Perspective of Library Reader 268Service J.Arumugam, G.Rathinasabapathy and L.RajendranApplication of Six Sigma Tool in Library Management: A Bird’s Eye View 272 R. Sevukan, N Suresh, R. MadasamyN-list: A Boon For College Libraries: A case study of SCN Library 278 S. L Jadhav, and Anil N. ChikateGrowth of Engineering Institutions and their Libraries in Tamil Nadu 284 L. Rajendran, V. Radhakrishnan and M.S. PremrajImproving Workforce Capability among LIS Professionals using People CMM 290(Level 2) N. Geetha and S. BabusankarOpportunities and Challenges of Content Management in Digital Era 299 D. PrabhavathiThe Role of Human Resource Management System in Academic Library 303 L. Rajendran, G. Rathinasabapathy, J. ArumugamAgricultural ICT Resources Available to the Farming Community in India 306
C.Prema, K. Chinnasamy and M.SankarKnowledge Management and the Role of Libraries 313 S. ManikandanIV. Library ServicesVirtual Reference Services 317 Yogita SharmaPrint and E-resources: A comparative discussion with special reference to 323Legal Resources Shiva PariharCommunity Information Service and Internet 327 R.PerumalMarketing of Information Sources and Services aimed to provide an Effective 331Access and use By the Research Scholars and Teachers in the MahatmaGandhi University Library: A Case Study Maghesh Rajan M, Jasimudeen S and Dr. Suresh KumarLibrary Marketing: an overview 342 S. Bala, P.Balasubramanian and P.BaalachandaranMarketing Library Services and Products 347 A. AsmaVirtual Reference Service and Marketing of Library Services and Products 354 K. IndumathiTraces of Prior Art Search in Patent and Non- Patent Technical Literature 360Resources J. Kasinathan, K.NithyanandamE-Mail Discussion Forum in Library and Information Services in India: A 369Study M. Tamizhchelvan, S. DhanvandanApplication of Marketing Techniques in Library Services and Products 376 M.Veerabasavaiah and S. PadmammaConservation of Library Materials 381 K.SaravananV. User StudiesAwareness and Ability to Use E-Resources by Faculty in Engineering Colleges 387in Andhra Pradesh: A Study S. LakshmiAwareness and use of Wi-Fi infrastructure in student’s community: A case 394
study Pondicherry University on campus students Mangkhollen Singson and RajeshExpectations of Students and Teaching Faculty on Library Services and 411Resources: A case study of Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences Library,Mandya, Karnataka K. AnanthnagInformation literacy in university library user education 417 K. Chinnasamy and Rimai AtonringInformation Seeking Behavior of Faculty, Research Scholars and Postgraduate 423Students of the University of Mysore towards Electronic Based Resources andServices: A Study G. Kiran Kumar, Chikkamanju and Y. L. SomashekaraEffective Utilization of Electronic Resources in Agriculture Research Institutes 435of Tamilnadu T.Raja, J.Arumugam, A.Lawrence MaryAwareness of Knowledge Management among library professional in Dindigul 443district: A study M.Veerachamy, Martin Arokiasamy and P.BalasubramanianOnline Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) enhance the Professional College 448Students’ Information Retrieval: A study S.G. SundararajanLibrary Habits and Use of ICT among Distance Learning Students of the 452Annamalai University, India S. ThanuskodiPerception of Library staff on the use of Digital Resources by the Faculty 465members of Engineering colleges: An Empirical Study S.Gopalakrishnan and P.RamkumarRole of Electronic Information Resources for the Quality of Education and 469research among the Academic Community: A Study with a Special Referenceto University of Calicut B. Shaji and V. JalajaUse of Electronic Resources by the Faculty Members in Madha Group of 479Academic Institutions at Chennai Ramakrishna Reddy and V.ThangavelWeb-Based Information Retrieval Pattern of the Students and Faculty 494Members of Mysore Medical College, Mysore G. Kiran Kumar, Mallinath Kumbar and M.B ChandrashekarUser’s Satisfaction among Knowledge Resources Available at Regional 503
Campus Library, KVAFS University, Bangalore : A study Shanta S, Betageri and D. KalaUse of Academic Library: A Case Study of Amirta Vishwa Vidyapeetham 508University, Coimbatore S. ThanuskodiEnriching the Teacher Education Student’s Information Literacy Skill 513 Kamatchi.S and Arumugam JUse of E-journals through CeRA (Consortium for e-Resources in Agriculture) 520by the Student in Acharya N G Ranga Agricultural University S.V.Agricultural College, Regional Library, Tirupathi: A Study M. Prasantha KumariCera, the Boon and CPRA, the Inevitable Need: An Analytical Study Based on 526KVASU Veterinary Faculty Teachers, Research Scholars and PG Students K.S. Ambili and Adarsh N GokulVI. Consortia / NetworkingAutomation of Library System Using Barcode Reader & Networking 533 Anitesh, and Lavit RawtaniWorld Wide Open Access E-Resource Management Systems: A Case Study 539 R.S.S.Prabhu and V.ThangavelE-Journal Consortia: A Gift to Indian Libraries 545 M. RajaE-Journal Management in INDEST – AICTE Consortium in India 552 N.Arumuga Nainar, K.Chinnasamy, P.Peratchi SelvanE – Journal Consortia, Resource sharing in the Networked Digital Environment 558 P.BoopathiVII. Digital LibraryLibrary Human Resource Development in the Digital Era 561 K. VeeranjaneyuluLibrary Web Page or Library Portals: An Effective Tool for Library 570 Tupe Raju RamdasFuture of Digital Rights Management 573 M.Kavitha and J.ArumugamCollege Libraries in Digital Environment 578 Antonette Lobo and Madhuri TikamRole of Cataloguing and Metadata for Digital Libraries 584 R.Jayshankar, B.Sasikumar, R.Vijayalakshmi
Institutional Repositories: Ownership of Copyright 591 P.Ramamoorthi, R.Jeyshankar and SameerOpen access repositories: The Indian Scenario in the Open DOAR 595 V.S. RakhiDevelopment of Digital Repository in Anna University 604 S. Bharanidharan, G. KrishnamoorthyDesign and Development of Digital Library at Academic Staff College, 608University of Mysore Using Greestone Digital Library Software: A Study G. Kiran Kumar, N. Naganna and B.L ArundathiComparative Study of (GSDL, D-Space, Fedora, E-Print, VUDL): An Open 617Source Software Shalini R. Lihitkar and Ramdas S. LihitkarOpen source ILS (Integrated library System): A 629comparative study Mallikarjuna CDigital Content Management System: A Conceptual Framework 638 N. Sivakumar, P. Sivaraman and N. TamilselvanTechnological Innovations in CCRA Library, Department of AYUSH 645 G. Gnana Sekari and Manorama SrinathCommon Service Centre (CSCs): Will citizens turn to netizens? 648 R. ThirumavalavanBlogs and its applications in Library Science 652 M.S. Premraj, V. Radhakrishnan, G. Rathinasabapathy and L. RajendranRemote Sensing: A Webometrics Study 657 Anand Rangattimath and Ramesh KuriVIII. Scientometrics, Webometrics, Informetrics and BibliometricsScientometrics, Webometrics, Informetrics and Cybermetics application in 668Veterinary Medicine A.VinithaIndian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics (2001-201): A Bibliometric 672Analysis P. VijayakumarAn Impact of Research Database for Measuring the Scientometric Indicators 679 C.Baskaran and N. SivakamiA Bibliometric Study of the articles published in the Proceedings of the 685National seminar on Knowledge Management in Libraries A.Tamil Selvi
Scholarly Open Access Journal publications in Medicine and Allied Sciences: 692A Bibliometric study M. Leeladharan and Shejina SreenivasAgriculture Research Publications in in India: A Scientometric Study 699 M. Sankar and S. SrinivasaraghavanLongevity and sustainability of citations by the Journals and suitability of 707Ranking Methodologies D. Gnana BharathiIndian Journal of Medical Research (2006-2010): A Scientometric Study 712 R. Jeyshankar, I. Maria Sujitha and V. ChitraR & D Status of Science and Technology in India 727 Fazlunnisa SyedAssessment of the Scientific Productivity of Middle East Countries 735 Haibat Mirzania and Shahin RahimiDeveloping an art Gallery of Raja Ravi Varma’s Painting using Greenstone 744 G. Kiran kumar , Arundathi B.L and Shivakrishna S.DA Scientometric Study of Swine Research Based on CAB Direct Online 752 Selvaraj, A. D and G. RathinasabapathyList of Contributors
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